In 2010, Simon Dyson was invited to play in his first Masters. Here he offers a candid, behind-the-scenes insight into his first visit to the home of the Green Jacket…

Ernie Els is facing the possibility of not qualifying for this year's Masters. Els, however, is not fazed by the prospect that he may not qualify

Prior to last year's Masters Iain Carter caught up with Radio and television star Chris Evans on behalf of Golf Monthly as Evans prepared to present 5Live's coverage of the…

Members of the Golf Monthly team have been fortunate enough to visit the Masters at Augusta for a number of years. Here are some of their fondest memories

A summary of the 2011 Masters at Augusta National Golf Club, Georgia

Golf Monthly's editor at large previews the 2012 US Masters at Augusta National in Georgia

Golf Monthly's editor at large, Bill Elliott, attended his first Masters in 1980. That was when he met the legendary sportswriter Furman Bisher, who sadly passed away on Sunday

Pictures of a dramatic final day at Augusta National in Georgia. Charl Schwartzel wins the Green Jacket coming through under the radar after a dejected Rory McIlroy loses his four-shot…

With birdies at his last four holes, South Africa's Charl Schwartzel fired a superb closing round of 66 to win the 75th US Masters by two shots from the Australian…

Fergus has a premonition and a tree saves his life.

The final round is about to get underway and excitement is building at Augusta National

Come on Rory!

It's the end of day three and Rory McIlroy leads the way. Can he hold on for victory?

Rory McIlroy leads the 75th US Masters by four shots after a third round of two-under-par 70. The Northern Irishman sits on a total of 12-under-par with Angel Cabrera, Charl…

Martin Laird is the only Scot left in the field and Fergus has a vested interest in his performance.

Northern Ireland's Rory McIlroy leads the 75th US Masters after two rounds at Augusta National. The 21-year-old is two clear of Jason Day but Tiger is on the prowl.

Fred Couples is representing the over 50s with some aplomb in this year's Masters and he's keen to keep his run going over the weekend.

Fergus has paid a visit to the Masters merchandising building and has discovered it's a pretty dangerous place.